Fabric london closing

The closure of Fabric, one Britain’s best known nightclubs, has prompted alarm about the future of the clubbing scene and concerns that it is . Despite more than 1500people signing a petition to save the nightclub, Islington Council decided to shut its doors. LEGENDARY London nightclub Fabric has been ordered to close its doors permanently.

One of London’s most renowned clubs, fabric, is shutting down and the global dance music community is mourning. More than 500people including top record labels and DJs have signed a petition in less than hours to save iconic nightclub Fabric. Clubbers, DJs and musicians have hit out at the decision to the close iconic London nightclub Fabric. The Farringdon superclub had its licence . Londoners today told how they fear the site of superclub Fabric will be turned into bland luxury flats after its closure.

Our city has lost one of its greatest clubs after Islington Council made the decision to revoke Fabric’s licence. Representatives of the world-renowned Fabric nightclub gathered at.

Closing fabric is not the answer to the drug-related problems clubs like . Fabric nightclub is to shut after police concerns about drugs. Fabric closing is a real blow for the youth of London. London club Fabric to improve security and procedures after drug-related closure.

London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan throws his support behind DJs and ravers by criticising the closure of the city’s famed Fabric nightclub, after its . In the wake of nightclub Fabric closing, perhaps London could learn a lesson or two from Berlin about club culture.

People leave tributes at the doors of Fabric nightclub in London, which. Last week’s closure of Fabric – one of London’s premier dance venue . Islington Council has decided to revoke the license of London’s iconic nightclub Fabric after it was suspended following two drug-related . Petitioning Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and other. Closing a venue such as fabric would be an incredibly short-sighted response to a complex problem.

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